algorithmically love



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  • adv. Using an algorithm.


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  • The other thing that we're doing that's more strategic is we're trying to move from answers that are link based to answers that are algorithmically based, where we can actually compute the right answer.

    The New Online Wars

  • That concept, he argued, could be a key to algorithmically squeezing meaning from web pages.

    In the Plex

  • Bharat was working on something called the Hilltop algorithm, which algorithmically identified “expert sites” and used those to point to the most relevant results.

    In the Plex

  • Using the tools of search, he was able to identify news sources and algorithmically determine their quality.

    In the Plex

  • The revamped version could algorithmically detect faces and license plates, blurring them so they would not be identified.

    In the Plex

  • Organisms and cultures constantly modulate both telic orientation and process relations for optimality in the evolutionary sense — optimality is achieved, if at all, in the aggregate and never in the instance, but cannot be achieved at all programmatically, or algorithmically, whether the algorithm or program be defined by ends or means.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Paternalistic versus Therapeutic?

  • An endless array of merchandise, combined with algorithmically sophisticated search functions, facilitates comprehensive comparison pricing.

    Tom Doctoroff: E-Commerce in China: Patriarchic Benevolence

  • "In an environment where more and more trading is done algorithmically, I think market structure is holding up remarkably well," said Michael Shea , managing partner at Direct Access Partners.

    Trading Venues Get Good Grades on Glitches

  • Or Google can set the price algorithmically, based on popularity, length, genre, etc.

    Google Books: Equal access to knowledge

  • The placement of the icons, both the generic non-paid ones, and the new paid ones with the logo, are determined algorithmically.

    How Will Google Handle Conflicting Map Icons? | Lifehacker Australia


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  • "I'd like to tap out a few beats to the tune of an environmentally-conscious Nobel laureate," said Tom algorithmically.

    December 16, 2007